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, an eastpointe cop named derek mclaughlin, mac to one and all, got promoted to the detective division's youth bureau that handled 40 to 50 juvenile cases a month. >> my chief came down and threw this box on my desk. he said this is an old file. he says, it's still an open case. he said, i want you to solve it. >> reporter: solve it. >> solve it. >> reporter: mac stayed late that night, reading the yellowing case files. in cindy's old snapshots, in her diary, she looked and sounded to him like a happy, normal kid, not a potential runaway. the business about the crush on scott jumped out at him as what he'd need to find out to advance the case. >> the whole case intrigued me. >> reporter: why? >> i read all the statements that detective davis had filled out, all the interviews that she conducted. there are some things that were popping out at me that were substantial. >> reporter: one thing really stood out. the lead that linda bronson, the mother of cindy's boyfriend, had given detective davis. it was a bombshell. >> after thinking about it for a short time, i realized that art was involved in
worth of bad loans they dumped on fannie mae and freddie mac. we are now joined by mike van zalingen / neighborhood housing services of chicago. this week we have learned that fannie mae and freddie mac are sitting on at least $11 billion of bad loans that banks made that did not meet the lending requirements. are banks legally obligated to buy those loans back? yes absolutely they have warranties and contractual obligations that say if you give fannie mae and freddie mac junk loans you have to buy them back. this week we learned that banks have been stalling for three months from buying back these bad loans. why are they stalling? they do not want to take the risk. we are talking about $11 billion worth of bad loans that they have to buy back. they do not wanna spend money to buy loans back because if they buy them they have to deal with them. they do not want that headaches so they are dodging their obligations. that could be a huge hit to their capital cushions right? absolutely a few billion dollars is a lot of money. you say we could be looking at allot more than 11 billion doll
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make a plan. thank you, phil matier. >>> breaking news from oakland. chopper 5 is now over macarthur and grand avenues right near 580. look at this scene. what a mess. this is where a dump truck has crashed into several cars. we are told between 10 and 12. there is the dump truck right there in the back, just accordioned these cars one into another. the initial reports that we have gotten from highway patrol says the dump truck lost its brakes. so without brakes it went out of control. it crashed into these cars. again, this is macarthur near grand. and we can now see the police are there, we are told ambulances are there. however, we don't know if anyone is seriously hurt in all of this. but you can tell just by looking at the scene, 10 to 12 cars here that are affected. certainly somebody is hurt. we can see firefighters there trying to get the doors of that one -- looks like an suv -- open and get people out of there. because of all of this, we are told the grand avenue off-ramp, 580, is closed. so it's closed tonight. this is mcarthur and grand avenue right near the interst
, a hearing on the mortgage holding companies, fannie mae and freddie mac. both have been under government control since the 2008 financial crisis. last month, financial services committee chairman said freddie and fannie ought to be abottle issued. this subcommittee hearing is 2 1/2 hours. >> without objection, all members' opening statements will be part of the record. pursuant to committee rules and prior discussions, each side will have 15 minutes for opening statements. without objection, all members' opening statements will be made part of the record. i yield to myself five minutes. good morning. we meet today to focus on many strat fannie mae and freddie mac and the federal agencies to limit capital infusions into the two housing enterprises. this hearing is also the sixth in a series that we have so far convened this congress to examine the future of housing finance. two years have now past since the federal housing agency placed fannie mae and freddie mac under conserve toreship. at the request of then treasure secretary henri paul sen, this law provided the treasury department wi
:00 a.m. >>> breaking news. we have pictures from newschopper2 of a car accident near macarthur and grand right near the 580 freeway. what's happened here is that some type of truck has run into several cars. you see the result there, the chain reaction accident. this is just coming in to us. we're working to find out exactly what street this is but again, it is in the neighborhood of macarthur and grand, very close -- well, actually right next to interstate 580. i believe that is the macarthur exit coming off 580. that's the bottom lanes there -- okay. it's the grand avenue offramp i've just been told. that is the direction of the cars in the lower part of the screen are heading east in the commute direction coming home. again, this is right off 580. this is very close to the grand lake theater, just to give you some kind of perspective of where this is. week's working to -- we're working to find out some information. it looks like something careying things in the back smashed into several cars waiting at the red light there. we don't know if anyone was hurt. there doesn'
will talk with the daughter of the late comedian bernie mac about a very special event taking place this weekend. >>> and being passed across the country. now new findings that those who text while driving may not prevent accidents. >> and the chicago chamber choir opens its 15th season next month. we are happy to have a choir performing for us today. [ male announcer ] do you have questions about medicare? are you new to medicare? unitedhealthcare medicare solutions can help give you the answers you're looking for. with over 25 years of experience working with medicare, unitedhealthcare can help with the confusion. call or go to medicaremadeclear.com now. we'll also send you this free guide full of helpful information. medicare has two parts, parts a and b, to help cover a lot of your expenses. like doctor visits, and hospital care. but they still won't cover all of your costs. unitedhealthcare can give you what you need to help keep you informed. i'm looking for help paying for my prescriptions. [ male announcer ] that's a part d prescription drug plan. the guide will help get you
an inch wide. and then acor aspire timeline x is $750. if you are a mac person, mac book pro offers great programs. >>> a retired executive who is young at heart starts his dream business. a wild west dude ranch. ♪ [trumpet playing "reveille" throughout] reviving the economy means reinventing the way we do business. here's to the owners showing us the way. [trumpet playing "reveille" fades to silence] >>> our young intrapreneurs know what it's like to have investors to make their products grow. >>> hi, i am president of the mp global connect. we are an exclusive brand of teas. the tea is currently distristri yao ted. now, what is special about the tea is packaging and story. fibers taken from the trees on paradise farms in surrounding areas. the concept was to teach the women farmers how to use the research of the rain forest to create sustainable economics in a social business here in the u.s. our company is looking for $300,000 to purchase inventory to go to scale. you can expect a convertible rate of return, so we hope you will join us. >> well, you did a great job. the secret is mon
. and government mortgage finance agency's freddie mac and fannie mae have been trying to force banks to buy back $11 billion worth of bad loans that they made because it did not meet underwriting guidelines. well, this week agency officials say those banks have been stalling for more than three months. and first, let's head over to the cme group and join george tkaczuk of rmb group. george, we've got the s&p 500 up at resistance levels up for the s&p 500 around 1120. so how do you think this could play out, could we actually see a break out or not? i think it's very possible we can. what we week in august the market bottomed. since the market's been moving up really on a strong basis, the up days have been a stronger volume than the down days. we've haven't seen any significant selling days. and along with this we have the retail sector participating, it's come off its bottom. you got the financials participating, then the tech sector, software sector which really didn't correct much at all through this whole period during the summer. it's really leading the market. so this morning what you're g
el laberinto mac arthur hay congestion ya volvemos tomas! sigue tond no te detengas... fantástico! en mñxico estan en estado de alerta por las lluvias, masacre en una zapateria de honduras >> y felipe calderon dice que va detras del "chapo" gúzman >> estamos con la doctora isabel que recibio una carta donde una radioescucha le cuenta que su esposo le es infiel, la escuchamos doctora isabel >> muchas gracias celina, bienvenidos todos, en esta carta tenemos varios puntos a subrayar, número uno ella fue su amante antes de casarse, el ahora tiene otras amantes, el no va a cambiar y ella no se por que piensa que es la ultima coca cola del desierto, ella o decide acoplarse a esto o decide cambiar, subir su autestima, yo la verdad no le veo futuro a esta relacion. >> quien el ve esperanza, quien quiere ser la amante de un hombre casado? >> usted me dira que con la edad se vuelven mas infieles. >> el problema con los hombres es que son asi, no creas quelk las personas cambian efectivamente, pocas de estas personas pueden tener una relacion estable. >> imagino que muchas mujeres enfrentan e
mac and cheese people ate. >> yeah. all you can eat contest of mac and cheese would be interesting. let's chat about your forecast. very warm conditions in the eastern half of the country. cooler air coming down from canada. the west coast, you have been cool as of late, but at warm-up this weekend. a big front in the middle of the country, dividing the air to the east. another system in the northern rockies and another big storm in the gulf of alaska affecting mostly british columbia a few clouds from seattle to the puchapucget sound. it will be warm. temperatures are going to jump especially saturday into sunday. the only cool spot behind this little clipper-type system that's really moving fast through the northern rockies. the forecast for today, as i mentioned, the only chilly air up in seattle. everybody else, mild. beautiful around boise and vegas, nice. 96. you'll get hotter. phoenix, back up into the triple digits. los angeles, beautiful, warm weather, middle of summer-type weather over the next couple of days. into the 90s in most areas by saturday and sunday. san francis
incidents in 2009. mac farland case was one of the 87 times marin deputy drew their tazer last year. not all of them fired their did he vases. in mac farland case the deputy did. the tazing occurred just after paramedic had treated him for injuries suffered when he fell down the steps. mac farland admits he was drinking that night. suddenly 2 deputy arrived. this video is from a camera mounted on the deputy's tazer. the laser beam targeted on mcfar land chest. deputy says he is going to take him to the hospital because he may be suicidal. >> take you to the hospital for evaluation. you stated if you had a gun would you somewhat yourself in the head. >>reporter: mac farland made the crack because of the pain of his injuries. he continues refusing the deputy's command the deputyr else be tazed. fires not once but three time times. >> about stay down. [ screaming] stop resisting. stop resisting. stop resisting. [ screaming]. >> stop resisting. stop resisting. stop. stop resisting. bleep. stop resisting. stop resisting. if stop resisting. stop resisting. stay down.
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>>> your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. caption colorado, l.l.c. >>> bay area community saying good-bye to a mother and daughter killed in the san bruno pipeline explosion. they were honored at a vigil last night and funeral today. anne makovec reports. >> reporter: it is a drizzly dreary day here in the sunset district in san francisco. very appropriate for what's going on behind me. the funeral mass is wrapping up as we speak. you can hear the bells tolling for the mother and daughter killed in the explosion. it was a packed house in the saint cecilia catholic church and not a dry eye in it. the church was decked out in 13- year-old janessa grieg's favorite color a bright orange for a girl known for her smile. >> she was so kind to everyone. she never had a bad thing to say about anyone. and everyone loved her. >> reporter: she and her mother regularly went to mass at this church in san francisco. >> they made a very important mark on the marsh with their work on trying to move us in a wonderful and positive direction. >> reporter: they were killed last week
computers. >> and this one is for mac users? >> when you purchase a mac, it is promoted it has very -- it is pre-loaded. they can really set it up and monitor the child's internet usage. >> of the same idea just for mac. great advice. thank you so much. up next, we will take you to the kitchen outside and>> welcome b. time for sunday brunch. joining us is a chef from primary. -- prime rib. >> thank you for having his back. we have two wonderful recipes we serve at the prime rib. you can find these on line and follow along. we have our grilled jumbo marinated shrimp. these can easily be done outside on the grill or inside in the kitchen. we have a marinade for the shrimp which is teriyaki, white wine, lemon juice and we marinate the shrimp for about three or four hours. bemis extra virgin olive oil briefly on each side for 30 seconds on a hot grill. we service on a bed of a vase body rise -- basmati rice. it is a wonderful lowfat dish. it has no butter. the second item is our new york strip steak with dry aged prime rib. we use it with a coarse grindined black pepper. you can steer t
in three months. the increase came as investors' fears about the economy eased. freddie mac says the average rate for a 30-year fixed loan was 4.35%, up from 4.32% the week before. the average rate on a 15-year loan was unchanged at 3.83%. that's the lowest rate on record since freddie mac started tracking the 15-year in 1991. >> tom: the food and drug administration is putting makers of electronic cigarettes on notice-- it claims they use illegal marketing practices. the f.d.a. sent letters to five companies today saying, because e-cigarettes are marketed as tools to help people quit smoking, they should be regulated as drugs. the f.d.a. wants the companies to prove e-cigarettes are safe, and whether those devices are effective in helping people stop smoking. so far, no comment from the companies. bupupututuuuuuu? >> susie: political analysts are predicting a divided congress after the november elections. that could be a good thing-- tonight's commentator explains why washington thrives on gridlock. he's todd buchholz, author of "lasting lessons from the corner office." >> wh
to fix fannie mae and freddie mac. you called for forming a giant government agency with tighter regulations. is your idea getting any traction? can you explain how it may work? >> well, it's not getting much traction, but the fact is that 95% of the mortgages these days that are generated and that are issued are basically being guaranteed by fannie mae and freddie mac. that's the reality. and the reason it's the reality is that in terms of the private mortgage market, that lenders are requiring down payments of 20, 30, and in some cases 40%. and so the cost of that financing is prohibitive. my point is simply it's better to have the private market in the housing market in terms of finance, but it's not likely to be a significant influence. and it will be much more costly. and so for the next few years, for the next two, three, four, five years, let's examine possibilities in the out years, but let's maintain government influence, because the financing is much, much cheaper. the difference is 4% in terms of agency financing, perhaps 7% in terms of private mortgage finance. >> so
>>> your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. caption colorado, l.l.c. >>> is it could be a -- it could be a pain for muni drivers. an operator sickout, when it might start and how long it might last. >> a runaway dump truck smashes a street full of cars. what the chp believes caused it to go out of control. >> it's thursday, september 9. i'm john kessler. >> i'm sydnie kohara. good morning, everyone. it is 6:00. let's get a quick look at traffic and weather before you head out the door, at least brush your teeth. >> yeah. you can wait a little extra. drink that extra cup of coffee. we don't have any big road problems so far. here's a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. my producer just made mention that we are just getting word of a small fire, just off the right shoulder down westbound 80. fire crews are heading to the scene. we'll let you know if it turns into anything. right now again they delay heading into san francisco from the east bay and mass transit is on time. we have roadwork later on today at a major intersection in the south bay. tell you more about t
the eastshore freeway, we have no delays interest ashby all the way down towards the macarthur maze. that is your traffic. for your forecast, here's tracy. >> hey, thanks, elizabeth. well, good morning! it is the middle of the week and today is a day of change. changes with your temperatures. here's a look out toward the bay bridge and that's our sunrise coming up over the east bay. clear skies out there this morning. and not a cloud in sight. we are going to warm up quickly today and that's why we're expecting triple-digit highs. a few degrees shy but close enough. here's a look at what you can expect out the door. clear inland, clear around the bay, clear for the coastline. lower 50s to the lower 70s out the door. for the afternoon, sunny, hot, but today is a "spare the air" day. keep that in mind. lower 90s to the upper 90s inland. around the bay, the lower 80s to the lower 90s for the bay. yeah, that's warm. warm to hot temperatures with plenty of sunshine. and for the coastline, nice. lower to the mid-70s, plenty of sunshine expected. we are warming up yet again today. yesterda
-974-6006 tty/v visit verizon.com/getfios. so, get this -- kraft mac & cheese... but it's in a bag. and you bake it... in the oven. whatever happened to cheesasaurus rex? i love that guy. well, kraft corporation, i'm on to you -- going after the grown-ups and trying to muscle me out. but i'm not going anywhere. [ male announcer ] new kraft homestyle macaroni & cheese. cheesy noodles topped with golden brown breadcrumbs. you know you love it. >> we have a consumer alert for you this morning. the feds have hit the cards with some of the biggest credit card industries. looking at the new fees. banks are now charging higher fees on some things they can, and in some cases, adding feed. >> it's like playing whack-a-mole. >> karen malee was shocked she was charged for a transaction fee when she never left the country. she had a statement fee of $2,400. some of the credit card companies are putting the fees to the rise. the banks say the new reform rules crippled their income. and they are on the hunt for some new revenue from you. they are experimenting with a new business model. looking at the busines
and record low mortgages. >>> and mac. why's will hire 65,000 workers, an increase and the department store giant is anticipating sales growth for the year. >>> and miles per hours will spend $66 on costumes, candy and decorations. that's from up last yearch that's the money scope report. >>> three out of four parents to not use restraints properly. this week people received points. and we have five mistakes made by parents when they are securing their children in cars. take a look. >> children are precious cargo. you have to get them to their destination safely. one way is proper installation. crashes are the leading cause of death for children 3 to 14 and nearly 9000 lives have been saved from 1975 to 2008 by the proper use of safety seats. here are five mistakes parents make when securing them in cars. extended harness use is the best protection for your child. after that make sure you use the booster seat. you want to use either the lower anchors or the belt but not both. >> the next tip is always refer to the manual and the owner's manual. it will give you all kinds of information not
phone use. >> this is a classroom or even -- this is the future for each child will have a mac book laptops. >> and an ipod touch, which is so much more than a music and gaming device. >> that includes ways to take individual quizzes, to store documents. there are already hundreds of applications for educational use. >> you could take notes on them when you go outside. it is preparing us for the future. there is less paper. we will use more technology. >> it is not just teacher standing up there jumping out the information. it is the children bobbing gauging and we're letting the theldren were rrite curriculum. >> more cooperation and partnering and research. children will be in a group work because that is life. too many times we have lagged behind the trends that are already present. >> we have more access to the resources. there is more things we can do. a teacher can pull up the website for us to look at. >> best of all -- >> if we forget something, we have it on our computer. >> that is a plus for teachers. >> while millions are looking for work, the housing market along.ues to
captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> ifill: good evening. i'm gwen ifill. palestinian president mahmoud abbas said there will be no "quick decision" on the future of the middle east peace talks. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the newshour tonight, middle east analysts david mckovsky and ghaith al omari assess the situation after the israeli government let a moratorium on settlement construction in the west bank lapse. >> ifill: then ray suarez leads a debate about a new proposal that would allow federal authorities to extend wiretapping to online communications. >> brown: we talk to laura tyson, president clinton's chief economic adviser, the third in our series of conversations on extending the bush-era tax cuts. >> ifill: special correspondent ben barnier reports on the french government's controversial decision to deport gypsies to romania and bulgaria. the rona deportations have been happening quietly for years, they became a hot button political issue when one was killed at a political check point. >> brown: margaret warner gets the details on th
mac and there was a case brought by the u.s. attorney general. the whole case was washed away. they threw it out after 9/11 saying the files were lost in building seven. more importantly, there's been a collusion between government officials and developers for an ever-expanding tax base whereby they built a lot of overpriced homes and didn't really provide housing for the working class people or poor. it was more of an investment class. they built all of these mansions that the working class can't afford and never will afford with the decline in the economy. host: mr. rossi? guest: there are some statistics that would say through all of the subsidies provided to the real estate industry, both commercial but mostly residential the last 50 years that we are overhoused by the tune of 30%, which calls into question something you spoke of, which was noticeably absent from the legislation is what to do with the two government sponsored enterprises, freddie mac and fannie mae. from that standpoint we have a lot of work to address that. because as we know, until we get employment and
hopes to sell the ed son with a price of $20,000 e looking for work? mac. why's will hire 65,000 holiday workers. that's a slight increase. the positions will be part time. they will be offered in stores, distribution and call centers across the country. >>> a girl involved in a brutal fistfight. it is caught on tape. it pay not be the most shocking thing about the story. >>> and dramatic pictures, flames racing through a home. let's go to mark jones to see how the trains and buss are moving. >>> good morning out there. you find the numbers 3, 11, 51, 67 taking a detour at charles because of the book festival. the 5 diverted at eager and central. the 10 and 30 at height and prat. grab a book, relax and go to the book festival today, tomorrow and sunday. the light rail stop puts you right there. >>> we're showing the area that has the fog. it is tough to get camera sites. this is a camera site. this is at 70 now. matching the dew point. it is thick fog and visibility cut down and a quarter mile. that may limit your ability to see streetlights and traffic signals and signs. be careful this
than rising which could lead to a drop of wages and home values. >> apple max -- apple mac has been placed as the 1 in the world. >> to appeal to drinkers, budweiser will be holding a second campaign. >>> that's your money report. >> >> is >> if you want your resume on the air, send us your resume, and we will have a 20 second pitch, and we will be putting it on the air and the website. >> now, your forecast. >> we had a beautiful full moon overnight, and it was to the extreme western sky. summer is about to end tonight at 10:00. temperatures in the eastern shore are holding at 68. we have one spot in the 50s. so we are starting to diminish the chill that we had over the last couple of mornings. >>> our cold front is extending to the upper midwest, and that is going to include some downpours. yesterday, the high temperatures may have pulled back a little bit the day before, and memphis, tennessee, hit 100 degrees. 92 degrees in charlotte, and some of the stuff was oozing in our direction. we had a near normal day yesterday of 77, but today we are going to be cranking up the heat. we
with reaction from the sheriff's department. >>reporter: 64-year-old peter mac farland with a heart condition was tazed rae pete he hadly by a sheriff deputy in june of last year. >> it was excruciating. i never had so much pain in my life. >>reporter: dr. lee is a cardiologist at uc sf and done extensive research on the lethal effect of tazer. >> tazer has some real risk that if you get tazered in the right place that you can cause sudden death cardiac arrest. >>reporter: on that night he had just been treated by paramedic after he injured himself falling down the steps leading to his home. soon after 2 deputy the showed up. >> the sheriff many ran up the stairs into the room here like a bunch of cowboys. >>reporter: this video is from a camera mounted on the deputy's tazer. gun lazer is targeted on mac farland chest. deputy says he's going to take him to the hospital because he may be suicidal. >> take you to the hospital for evaluation. you said if you had a gun you would shot yourself in the head. >>reporter: he says it was just a crack he made because of the pain of his injuries.
and i use a mac. i have a mac and pc at home. >> as much fun as i make of apple and the media frenzy that everybody has every time apple just sneezes, i do have one. they do make good stuff but i use this here at work. >>> it is 5:12. hey, less fog out there tracy. >> almost no fog. we have no reports of fog out there this morning. just clear skies. we could see stars in pacifica! [ laughter ] >> yeah, it's going to be a beautiful day but it's going to be a hot day. it is a "spare the air" day. today's temperatures, which locations will be close to triple-digit highs, that's coming up. i dislocated both my ankles. i had my first heart attack when i was 35 years old. - we have asthma. - when i found out i had cancer, i was so scared. announcer: at sutter health we share our expertise and invest in new technologies. because everyone has a story. and our story is you. - we can be boys... - cowboys. i can run again. they gave me a new heart. i am so happy to be alive. get 80% savings on final markdowns, including 80% off clothes, shoes, accessories, and 80% off home! did we mention our r
angeles generó protestas. >> el barrio hispano mac arthur en los angeles se vio envuelto en una protesta, esto hizo que la policía actuara con bombas antimotires. >> seis personas fueron arrestadas, cuando la policía ordenó que se dispersara la protesta. >> ignoramos de donde provinieron los disturbios de anoche, no provino de la gente guatemalteca. >> la noche anterior el hombre murió a manos de la policia quienes aseguraron que el hombre portaba un cuchillo >> ante la controversia está la necesidad de una investigación. >> la policía tiene derecho a detener a la gente, pero no a matar. >> ni a un animal se le puede hacer eso. >> la muerte de este hombre ya es la segunda en menos de 15 dias que pone entredicho a la policía de los angeles. jaime garcía univisión. >> la construccion de una mezquita cerca de la zona cero sigue provocando polemica a eso tambien que un pastor quemará ejemplares del corán. . . >>> lío está armando un pastor de una iglesia que planea hacer un acto el 11 de septiembre. la autoridad le pide que no lo haga. >> la preocupación aumenta mientras se ac
minority people get homes, you know. fannie mae and freddie mac. they were as ropacious as any group. and this is dealt with in great detail in my book which takes very few prisoners on either side in either party. but fannie mae and freddie mac, with the support of people like bonnie frank and even many in the black caucus said, no, no don' tch fane ma and freddie mac, they'll help poor people get into their homes. sure, a lot of minorities got in their homes. they lost their savings. they're now hurting. they're being foreclosed so the dream was not a have, have not thing. it was supposed to be emancipation of americans who were supposed to get a piece of the pie. so the first thing is if we do this thing of keeping people's homes, we're helping a lot of working people and poorer people. this is not something to benefit the rich. the rich made out lik bandits in this kind of market. t secondly i we can'tut floor on housing foreclosures if we can't stem this bleeding right now, we're not going to get consumption back. if we don't get consumption back, people consuming based on their
was carrying a good bit of a load here, was on macarthur boulevard eastbound when he apparently lost control of his brakes and crashed into these vehicles hitting about 12 cars. you can see some of the absorbent that they have laid on the ground here to suck up the oil and a lot of the fluids that have leaked out of the vehicles here. but again, it was a domino effect. we talked with a bus driver who described the crash. the bus driver tells us that she heard one crash and then another crash and then another crash and then finally she felt the impact on herself. she immediately knew that it was a chain reaction collision out here. amazingly only four people hurt in the crash. but macarthur is closed eastbound. you cannot exit off 580 here. but quite a scene out here. we'll stay out and monitor it for the time being but for now the, back to you. >> thank you. kiet, i have to assume no one was in the back seat of that silver car? >> reporter: no. if they had been, then chance are they would probably not have survived. >> absolutely. all right, kiet do in oakland, thank you. >>> it's a busine
you ln this entire area, the base mac. and when you click on the spinal areas, it will say why these pipelines are >> novado, and they are reviewing to see if any repair needs to be repaired. or if anything is warranting a repair? corrosion? and if you'd like to check this out and if there any areas of pipeline and your area? www.kron.com what's on the web with kimberlee sakamoto. and the detailed section about why these pipelines are being evaluated. >> meanwhile, the first lawsuit ççs evacuated. the company should turnçóxlç over açbnz]ç 100 my fund. to a third party and a monetary damage. and that turned over that $100 million recovery fund. and perhaps if theyç are u!ççoçnotç supervised on te qi%uq%=9mççççró ofççojy xçç residents aret payment. >> and an attempted rape on a jogging trail. and on colleen drive, jeff bush will show you the iran and explain what happened. >> these areçt(xdççqqaçn"ñáxt happened, and these signs are being on the lookout for what happened on the sunday. an attempted rape on a jogger just before 8:0
maccaín logró que sus aliados impidieran que se aprobara una ley que habría permitido que se legalizaran cientos de jovenes. >> jovenes que se habrían beneficiado con el dream act habían traido pruebas para apoyar la medida. >> ahora nosotros les estamos ganando a los anti inmigrantes >> pero la fuerte movilizacion de los jovenes para incluir el dream act dentro de la ley de defensa, no fue suficiente, faltaron cuatro votos. pero cesar vargas y otros dijeron que seguirán luchando. >> vamos a seguir adelante. >> seguir la lucha, como lo hemos hecho en estos diez años. >> el líder democrata del senado harry rompiendo dijo que más adelante habrá un voto para el dream act. >> los republicanos tambiñn votaron contra el debate de aceptar que los homosexuales pudieran tomar parte en las arma. >> esto quedó postergado. >> otra discusión podría ocurrir despuñs de las elecciones legislativas >> cientos de estudiantes de la bahía siguieron lo que pasó hoy en el congreso. >> es que una vez más vuelve a quedar estancados su sueñso
at social foundations that may still be spread. a spread type foundation such as a mac. -- such as a mat. it is a blob of concrete that is the enough so that if it tries to move, it moves as a unit as opposed to individual footings. eventually, as you move closer and closer to the shoreline, where you cannot get economically justified basement, we use piles. those are the most expensive, where we drive -- the old days, again, we used to take trees, turn them upside down and drive them until they stop. with concrete, we went to circular piles, then square piles. now we have all overcast and micro piles, numerous file types that can be tailored through the actual conditions that exist at the site. this particular case, they're making an excavation in the rock. there are some parts of san francisco where the rock is shallow. they go down and grab the rocked, and they put them at foundation on the rock and they can build 60-story tower. perfect example, as you approach the bay bridge, on the left there is the building called 1 rincon hill. that is 63 stories tall with a basement, and it sits
performance for $750 and if you are a mac person, the full mac experience and you can add on microsoft office suite of programs. when we come back, our young entrepreneurs off more insight as they judge today's elevator pitch for a new line of organic teas and the retired executive who is young at heart starts his dream business. a wild west dude ranch. [trumpet playing "reveille" throughout] reviving the economy means reinventing the way we do business. here's to the owners showing us the way. [trumpet playing "reveille" fades to silence] >> our young entr iepreneurs kn what it is like to need investors to make your small business grow so let's see what they have to say about today's elevator pitcher trying to brew up interest in her organic tea company. >> hi. mp mobile connect imports its exclusive brands of tea to the u.s. currently distributed online internationally through our tea club and dining facilities and soon retail at marvelous markets on capitol hill, maryland and virginia. what's special is its packaging and its story. this is banana green tea wrapped in papers. the concept of
. it finally reopens in october, 18 months later than planned. >>macdonald: a lot of things went wrong. and it's an old building. and, you know, what goes with an old building in terms of its condition is never truly understood until you start peeling away the layers. , it's clearly a lot more than what was originally envisaged >>reporter: the refurb cost around 340 million dollars. fortunately, the savoy's owner, the saudi prince al-waleed bin talal, has deep pockets. >>macdonald: i think under private ownership who we've had who've been extremely supportive, we're in a very fortunate position in terms of staying the course. had we have been in a different situation, it might...likely have been much, much more difficult. >>scott: the royal suite costs 15,000 dollars a night and even though the savoy isn't even open yet, it's already taken reservations for it and indeed the entire hotel is sold out for the first night. >>reporter: also out of service for the past 2 years was the four seasons hotel in park lane...again getting major renovations like the savoy. prince al-waleed bin talal owns a
." let's go in focus with publisher rich karlgaard, victoria barret, stephane fitch, elizabeth macdonald. >> the problem that cuba has is the problem that u.s. has. the government is smothering the private sector. some government says the federal government isn't the problem. there is only 2 million government employees. if you look at it, 153,000 new civilian employees in the last year at a time when unemployment in the private sector is going up. $1.2 trillion deficit for the first 11 months of the year. somewhere, somehow we have to cut government or we'll strangle ourselves. >> david: i should make a point. cubans are offering the government workers another government job if they leave the one they're in now. but doesn't neil make sense? >> he does. he has got some things right. let's stop and think about this for a second. we have only 2 million federal employees. that's if you subtract out the third that are citizen soldier, department of defense, you are left with one in 230 americans have a government job. healthcare workers, 1 in 3,000. chance to get healthcare job is lowe
in a row. freddie mac says the average rate on a 30-year fixed rate mortgage was 4.37%. while that's just off the historic low set two weeks ago, cheap borrowing costs haven't meant a boost in home sales. economists think that's because people are worried about job security and the bumpy recovery. >> tom: meanwhile, lenders took back more homes in august than any month since the mortgage crisis began. real estate data firm realty trac says there were over 95,000 foreclosures in august. that's up 25% from year-ago levels. banks are reluctant to flood the market with those properties, because that would depress prices. fewer than a third of homes repossessed by lenders are now for sale. >> susie: if you think the fights about reforming the nation's financial system are over, you might be mistaken. here's commentator gillian tett, u.s. managing editor at "the financial times." >> right now, many americans might think that the battle over banking reform is pretty much over. after all, in july, the president signed the so-called dodd-frank bill, which was supposed to set a historic new track f
. the roadway approaching 236. no problems to report off the around towards 95 and macing mac-- making your way over towards georgia avenue. if you are traveling on 95 southbound, overnight roadwork was in the two left lanes leaving lorton as you continue down from the exit from woodbridge. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. >>> new this morning, we've learned the victim of a deadly shooting in prince george's county was just 15 years old. investigators say justin pennell was shot and killed. he died from his injuries yesterday afternoon. so far, no suspect or motive in this case. >>> also making headlines, a car goes out of control and runs into a d.c. restaurant and hits two people. d.c. firefighters say the car hit two women sending them to the hospital with serious injuries. the driver of the white car stayed on the scene and was seen by paramedics but she refused to go to the hospital. nobody inside the restaurant was injured. >>> new developments in the race for d.c. mayor i'm new poll shows vincent gray ahead of mayor fenty by seven points which makes the next few days even mo
poligrip free. >>> your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. caption colorado, l.l.c. >>> good afternoon, i'm allen martin. >>> california's highest court has taken up this issue of state worker furloughs. this morning, it heard arguments about whether the governor overstepped his power by demanding those days off. anne makovec outside the courthouse in san francisco with the latest for us. anne. >> reporter: governor schwarzenegger versus state workers. this battle has been going on for two years and has big implications for state workers and the state budget. the california supreme court spent almost two hours listening to arguments this morning over whether or not governor schwarzenegger illegally furloughed more than 200,000 state workers. about 40 lawsuits have been filed on the issue and more than $1.2 million spent on state legal bills. the case will likely affect furlough lawsuits in lower courts around the state. the furloughed workers have lost nearly 50 workdays and close to a combined $3 billion in pay since february of 2009. if the union wins, those workers would g
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